The Intersect

The first issue: The Intersect

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Without a doubt, secularism is a faith. The world doesn’t neatly divide into people of faith and people of no faith. Here’s why.

John Lennox talks science and God with Eric Metaxas. Fixed Point hosted a special series of Socrates in the City interviews that were just released. Watch part one and part two.

Can’t find Muhammad in the Bible? That’s because he’s not there. And the fact that the Quran is wrong on that leads Muslims to accuse our Bible of being corrupted.


“The Passion of the Christ” will get a sequel. Mel Gibson and Jim Caviezel confirmed the film is in the works and will portray the Resurrection.

Is grace at the heart of an awards-season controversy? One film critic says “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” tries to channel Flannery O’Connor, but lacks her theological backbone.

Monopoly: Cheaters Edition is coming. “We decided it was time to give fans what they’ve been craving all along.” Nothing like moral relativism for a family game night!


Fact checking Netflix’s “The Crown”: Did Queen Elizabeth and Billy Graham have a good relationship? Is she serious about her Christian faith?

Yesterday would’ve been novelist/philosopher Ayn Rand’s 113th birthday. But do you know how anti-Christian she really was?

Paradise Lost… again. Why is John Milton overlooked today, and what do we lose by no longer engaging his master work?